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Queries January - December 2003

 

OLDHAM, GOTT

Linda Kelly January 10, 2003
I am looking for information about the family of Benjamin Franklin OLDHAM, who married Lulu Emily GOTT.  Family records place the family in Hutchinson in 1904, when Lulu Emily died of typhoid fever. They had 2 daughters, who were fostered by a Mrs. Flora B. Crooks, who ran a chain of mercantile stores.  Lulu liked to call herself Louise, she was born in Ontario, Canada April 6, 1871.  Any help would be appreciated.

McDOUGAL, BLAIR

Jeanne Wittress January 28, 2003
I am looking for information on my Great-grandparents.  Andrew Washington McDOUGAL and Wilmetta Rebecca Ann BLAIR they were married on December 18th 1878 in Dodge City, Ford County, Kansas.  Any information would be so very helpful.

LANTZ

Jim Claunch February 22, 2003
C. C. MOSIMAN is listed in the 1920 census at Wilbur Township, Ford County, Kansas, age 33, born in Kansas, parents born in Switzerland, farmer.  In the household were his wife, Mary, age 25, born Kansas, parents born in Russia, and son W. Howard, age 2 4/12, born in Kansas.  Also in the household is Charlie LANTZ, age 12, single, born in Texas.
I think that Charlies LANTZ is my grandfather, who is known to have been living with a MOSIMAN family about that time.  That Mosiman family is related to a MOSIMAN who married Marie Schirmer, born circa 1905, daughter of Richard  and Elizabeth (Kauffman) Schirmer. I am trying to identify C. C. MOSIMAN.

WATT

Ben Watt February 22, 2003
I need a query posted for George Frank WATT. Teacher in the Ford County School system in the 1870's - 1880's Thank you!!!  

 

MORROW

Tim Burks April 2, 2003
Looking for info on David MORROW, aka "Prairie Dog Dave" who lived in Dodge City around 1880 until his death in 1893 in Ft. Dodge Soldiers' home (Dave is known for shooting the albino buffalo and selling prairie dogs to tourists!). Trying to find out the name of his wife and the mother of his daughter, Susan MORROW. Thank you!

SIMPSON, EDWARDS

Evelyn Bradford May 31, 2003
I am looking for information about:
William J. [Jasper] SIMPSON: B: In  abt. 1865 Warrick Co. Pigeon township Last place: Arlington, KS. 1920 Census: Langdon township: Wife Dora:
Shows he had 2 daughters. Would like date of death, will, land records or etc. info.
Father: James M. SIMPSON B: 1841 In  Tennyson Warrick Co.
Mother: Lousia Jane EDWARDS B: 1837 In M: Aug. 28, 1859 D: April 5, 1875 in Warrick Co. Garrison Cemetery, Skelton Township.
Brothers:
George T. SIMPSON B: In D: Alfalfa, OK.
Fredrick B: In D: Isbella, Okla.
Half Brothers & Sisters:
Mary Ann SIMPSON [Percy}
Viola A. SIMPSON [Fillman]
Wayne S SIMPSON

 

SWENSON, STROM

Malcolm Strom July 21, 2003
I am looking for Virgil SWENSON who lived in Dodge City in 1950.  He would be a cousin of my Father, Elwood STROM.  Thank you. 

GOBLE

Gary P. Goble July 21, 2003
I am looking for relatives of Chester Lee GOBLE, born January 1, 1916 in Fort Dodge, Ford County, Kansas.  I believe his mother was named Martha and is buried at the cemetary at the Soldiers Home in Fort Dodge along with his brother who died in the pneumonia epidemic of 1917. Thank You 



 


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